Up, In, and Out

Grow Together

Now more than ever we are a church without walls – scattered – to be salt & light in Belfast and beyond. We want to be open to and step towards the opportunities this unprecedented situation presents. Therefore, we’re eager to resource you (and your family) over the coming weeks to look UP, IN & OUT. There will be resources for all ages & stages so keep checking for more coming soon!

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Youth

7 Rhythms | Where to Start to Start Well?

The first of our 7 Rhythms is Start Well, and to start well we’ve got to start the day by hearing God’s voice and reading His Word. But how do we know where to start, to start well?

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Youth

7 Rhythms | What’s it all about?

We’re all feeling the lack of structure to our days. That’s why we’re suggesting 7 Rhythms to create structure, space and focus to remain close to God in this time.

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Deep Dive

A Prayer of Lament

Psalm 86. A Psalm where David finds himself in a difficult situation. He’s in trouble, so calls out in a prayer of lament. It’s an

Junior Church

Kids Together @ Home | April 19

Join George & Julieanne as they send some pictures to family in the post, learn a new song with Maame Afua & find out more

Kids

Tots Together @ Home | April 19

Check out today’s video where Jimmy sends some letters to family, plays with play dough and hears the Easter story from Sue! Don’t forget to

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Youth

Easter Online | Episode Nine

As we approach Easter this year we’re taking five minutes every day to follow the final week of Jesus as he came to the cross and out of the tomb. Together, we fix our eyes on the certain hope we have in Jesus and his eternal victory.

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Youth

Easter Online | Episode Eight

As we approach Easter this year we’re taking five minutes every day to follow the final week of Jesus as he came to the cross and out of the tomb. Together, we fix our eyes on the certain hope we have in Jesus and his eternal victory.

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Church

A Rule of Life During Lockdown Summary

‘We crave balance, we need rhythm’1 – this was one of the phrases we used and thought about during our series,’Rhythm & Rules’, which was

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Youth

Easter Online | Episode Seven

As we approach Easter this year we’re taking five minutes every day to follow the final week of Jesus as he came to the cross and out of the tomb. Together, we fix our eyes on the certain hope we have in Jesus and his eternal victory.

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Deep Dive

Christ is Risen, He is Risen Indeed

It’s Resurrection day – David enthusiastically encouraged us as we celebrate to say out loud that ‘Christ has risen, He has risen indeed!’  A particular

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Youth

Easter Online | Episode Six

As we approach Easter this year we’re taking five minutes every day to follow the final week of Jesus as he came to the cross and out of the tomb. Together, we fix our eyes on the certain hope we have in Jesus and his eternal victory.

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Youth

Easter Online | Episode Five

As we approach Easter this year we’re taking five minutes every day to follow the final week of Jesus as he came to the cross and out of the tomb. Together, we fix our eyes on the certain hope we have in Jesus and his eternal victory.

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Kids

Tots Together @ Home | April 12

Join Jimmy & Julieanne, and some other friends from the Joyful Noise team, as they hear a story about a caterpillar and a butterfly, and

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Junior Church

Kids Together @ Home | April 12

Join George & Julieanne as they visit some Junior Church friends, find out more about why Jesus had to die & learn this weeks memory

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Deep Dive

Good Friday 2020

On Good Friday, Gordon highlighted some key moments surrounding Jesus’ crucifixion and death from Luke 23:44-53. Darkness came over the whole land, and the curtain